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Australia - Food Group Matching Cards

Australia - Food Group Matching Cards - This simple matching game is great for familiarising your children with the different food groups. Each image card has a corresponding word card that suggests how much they should eat of each food or why they should eat it. Can they match them all together correctly?
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